Kendra Kufeldt, BA, MM
Kendra Kufeldt received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Performance from Houston Baptist University. She also has a Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where she studied with Dr. Angela Cofer.
Ms. Kufeldt has been a student of music since age 7 in a variety of genres and instruments. She began as a pianist and later added studies in violin. She played violin for the Fort Bend Community Symphony Orchestra in junior high and high school. In high school, Ms. Kufeldt added voice study and participated in high school choir and All-State vocal competitions. She has had the recent privilege of traveling to Korea in Music Missions with the choral groups at SWBTS.
Ms. Kufeldt has taught private voice and coached master classes for Studio Bella Voce. Her students consistently have received Superior ratings at UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest. Many of her students have sung leading roles in their school musicals.
Ms. Kufeldt taught K-6 grade music at Southwest Christian School in Benbrook, TX and also directed the 4-6 grade Honor Choir. Kendra has sung and played worship teams at various churches in Fort Worth. She is also sings alto for the Fort Worth Baroque Society. She accompanies for various churches, vocal ensembles and contests.
Ms. Kufeldt hopes to pursue music missions and engage in a variety of teaching opportunities. She loves to travel and to serve in junior high ministries at church.